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Sick Things - My Life's a Mess

Sick Things - My Life's a Mess
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This is the shit Mommy was scared ya might hear some day. Forget all about clinical “separation” of the guitar & bass– crank ‘em both up… and yes, their amps really did go to 11


Track Listing
1. Blown to Bits 
2. Prime Minister 
3. neat,neat,neat
4. Kill My Parents 
5. Cancer
6. Killing Machine 
7. Decontrol
8. Blah, Blah, Blah 
9. My Life's a Mess 
10. Some People
11. World Up My Arse 
12. Where's My Dole Cheque? 
13. Nuclear Generation
14. I Like Pills 
15. Good Citizen
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"The Sick things were formed late 70s early 80s i cant remember. We played some gigs, we recorded some shit, we drank lots, we took heaps of drugs, we broke lots of rules. Two of us are gone now but those memories that i have of those times we were together playin will stay with me forever. THANKS HEAPS".....Gary Sick...

 


 

 

You think yer a punk, punk? Want some of the real junk? Here’s the gen-yew-wine article, Junior. More’n two chords? What are ya, a Proggy? This is the shit Mommy was scared ya might hear some day. Forget all about clinical “separation” of the guitar & bass– crank ‘em both up… and yes, their amps really did go to 11. The Sick Things, straight outta Melbourne, Australia were the kinda guys that woulda gladly drilled those holes fer Chuck Berry to indulge in his love for pee-pee.

Formed in 1979, it’s amazing that four guys with the last name Sick (Dugald, Gary, Mick & Geoff) managed to find each other– I mean what are the odds? I’ve never even met one. Come to think of it, I’ve never met anyone named Dugald, either. They called their battery of noise “Puke Wave”, which is honest enough, though I think “Shitcore” would be every bit, if not more appropriate. And I mean that as the highest praise– for example: check out what they managed to do with the Exploited’s pointless piece of garbage, “Blown to Bits”– didn’t think you’d ever find that ‘un listenable, didja?

Jake Thee Pope

 


 

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This is the shit Mommy was scared ya might hear some day. Forget all about clinical “separation” of the guitar & bass– crank ‘em both up… and yes, their amps really did go to 11


Track Listing
1. Blown to Bits 
2. Prime Minister 
3. neat,neat,neat
4. Kill My Parents 
5. Cancer
6. Killing Machine 
7. Decontrol
8. Blah, Blah, Blah 
9. My Life's a Mess 
10. Some People
11. World Up My Arse 
12. Where's My Dole Cheque? 
13. Nuclear Generation
14. I Like Pills 
15. Good Citizen
Click on above buttons to hear samples of select tracks

  

 More info

"The Sick things were formed late 70s early 80s i cant remember. We played some gigs, we recorded some shit, we drank lots, we took heaps of drugs, we broke lots of rules. Two of us are gone now but those memories that i have of those times we were together playin will stay with me forever. THANKS HEAPS".....Gary Sick...

 


 

 

You think yer a punk, punk? Want some of the real junk? Here’s the gen-yew-wine article, Junior. More’n two chords? What are ya, a Proggy? This is the shit Mommy was scared ya might hear some day. Forget all about clinical “separation” of the guitar & bass– crank ‘em both up… and yes, their amps really did go to 11. The Sick Things, straight outta Melbourne, Australia were the kinda guys that woulda gladly drilled those holes fer Chuck Berry to indulge in his love for pee-pee.

Formed in 1979, it’s amazing that four guys with the last name Sick (Dugald, Gary, Mick & Geoff) managed to find each other– I mean what are the odds? I’ve never even met one. Come to think of it, I’ve never met anyone named Dugald, either. They called their battery of noise “Puke Wave”, which is honest enough, though I think “Shitcore” would be every bit, if not more appropriate. And I mean that as the highest praise– for example: check out what they managed to do with the Exploited’s pointless piece of garbage, “Blown to Bits”– didn’t think you’d ever find that ‘un listenable, didja?

Jake Thee Pope

 


 

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